`We must promote a Kashmiri interest,' says JKLF leader

London: People of Jammu and Kashmir must think and act as Kashmiris and should not promote national interest of either India or Pakistan, said Dr Shabir Choudhry, a prominent leader of the London -based Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front at a seminar held at the UN Human Rights Council building in Geneva.

The seminar was organised by Interfaith International and the title was: Towards a confederation of Peoples in South Asia, and the Seminar was moderated by Dr Charles Graves.

Lashkar-e-Taiba Activist Shot Dead In Rajouri District

A Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) activist was shot dead in a gun fight with military forces in Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri area.

Haryana Tops The List In Terms Of Per Capita Investment

Chandigarh: Centre for Monitoring of Indian Economy (CMIE) has reported that Haryana has topped the state list in terms of per capita investment in the existing fiscal.

Ambika Soni apprises Manmohan about Ram Sethu affidavit issue

Appeal against Lalu's acquittal in DA case maintainable: Patna HC

Lalu Prasad Yadav
Patna, Sept 20 The Patna High Court today said that a Bihar Government's petition challenging the acquittal of Railway Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav and his wife Rabri Devi in a disproportionate assets (DA) case was maintainable.

Justice Ramesh Kumar Datta, who had earlier reserved his order on the maintainability of the petition, fixed September 24 as the next date for the case.

Students in Indore protest ragging-driven suicide

Indore, Sept 19 : Students clashed with police in Indore on Wednesday, as they staged a protest against a ragging-driven suicide by a college student a day before.

Hundreds of students, mobilised by unions, gathered outside the Pioneer Institute of Professional Studies, whose student Durgesh Shukla hanged himself on Tuesday.

A suicide note found on the crime scene indicated Shukla felt demoralised after a session of what was supposed to be harmless ragging by his seniors.